Korean fisheries need reform, claim NGOs

Korean fisheries need reform, claim NGOs

An extensive investigation by NGOs Advocate for Public Interest Law (APIL) and the Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF) have led to demands for Korea to make some substantial reforms to fishing industry practices, based on evidence of frequent physical and verbal abuse suffered by migrant workers in Korea’s distant water fleet.

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